Kelly, Kathleen Coyne. A.S. Byatt. Twayne, 1996.
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|Education||A. S. Byatt|
MM attended the Metzger Institute, the private girls' school where her mother was a teacher,
then took her BA in 1908 at a women's college, Bryn Mawr in Pennsylvania. She followed that with...
Moore, Marianne. The Selected Letters of Marianne Moore. Costello, Bonnie, Celeste Goodridge, and Cristanne MillerEditors , Knopf, 1997.
|Family and Intimate relationships||Gertrude Stein|
Both HD's horror over the war and her rejection by Dowding were factors in this collapse, though she had a history of mental breakdowns going back to her college days. This latest breakdown came when...
|Material Conditions of Writing||Marianne Moore|
At home she lectured to the English Society at University College , Dublin, providing, from the point of view of budding writers, an invaluable supplement to the degree course in English Literature.
Kilroy, Thomas, Elizabeth Walsh Peavoy, Mary Lavin, and Elizabeth Walsh Peavoy. “Foreword”. In a Café, Town House, 1995, p. vii - x.
On October 24 1934 she was greeted with effusive press coverage in New York.
At Columbia University she had been expected to give four lectures to audiences of approximately two hundred each. However...
Hobhouse, Janet. Everybody Who was Anybody: A Biography of Gertrude Stein. Doubleday, 1975.